Photo by Chris Önnerby
We just saw a middleweight title bout between Sweden’s Robin Roos and England’s Kevin Fryer at Superior Challenge 26 in Stockholm.
The first round started strategic from both of them. They were analyzing each other and after a while Roos started to control the fight.
The second round was in a higher tempo from the beginning. And Roos delivered some hard lowkicks, and this made some damage on Fryers left leg. We could see that the pain grew more and more.
Roos made a combination which made Fryer to loose his balance, and Roos added a headkick which made Fryer fall to the ground. The swedish fighter Roos chased him down and showed us some hard punches.
Roos wins the fight via TKO in the second round, and is now the champion in middleweight!
Robin Roos has a 7-4 record
Robin Roos has a 7-4 record and comes from a loss at UAE Warriors 44. Before facing Fryer for the title, he had three stoppage wins in the Superior Challenge.
In his promotional debut back in 2019, he defeated Christopher Jeanpier Basauri Corrales via stoppage (injury). In his second outing, at Superior Challenge 21 in 2020, he knocked out Cristian Corujo in the second round.
At Superior Challenge 22 in May 2021 he stopped Håkon “Death” Foss via brutal leg kicks in the second round.
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